Lex Flavia Malacitana, Malaga, 1972

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Lex Flavia Malacitana. Introduction, version and notes of Rafael León and Alfonso Canales, Doctors in Law. Málaga, City Hall, 1972.

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Lex Flavia Malacitana. Introduction, version and notes of Rafael León and Alfonso Canales, Doctors in Law. Málaga, City Hall, 1972.

Special edition for the XIV Inter-American Congress of Municipalities held in Malaga.

Exemplary restyled in vanol sapphire old gold, format 22 x 28 cm. 64 pages. Folded sheet. Study, transcription and translation of the Latin texts into Spanish.

Lex Flavia Malacitana, also known as Lex Malaca, is a compendium of five bronze tablets composed of legal statutes that establish the passage from the Roman city of Malacca (Malaga) from federated city to full municipality in the Roman Empire. Currently they are not preserved in their entirety, only those containing the rubrics from 51 to 69, and are deposited in the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid.

Exemplary in perfect condition and unique in this presentation.

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